Clinical and Epidemiological Profile of Elderly Patient with Resistant Hypertension

V.A. Skybchyk, S.D. Babliak, Yu.O. Matviienko


In this article the authors compare the demographic and clinical parameters in the patients with resistant and controlled hypertension. The results from 5 large foreign studies with similar goals were analyzed. The differences associated with both social and clinical features of these target groups were systematized, including the presence of comorbidities and additional risk factors.


resistant hypertension; controlled hypertension; demographic and clinical differences


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